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Ex-cop gets 2 years jail in corruption case


Press Trust of India Karimnagar (Telangana)
A former deputy

superintendent of police was today sentenced to two years of rigorous imprisonment for accepting a bribe of Rs 20,000 from a constable for an official favour while in service 12 years ago.
Karimnagar Anti-Corruption Bureau Court Special Judge Prema Bhasker Rao also ordered M William to pay a fine of

Rs 10,000.
According to prosecution, William, working as the DSP at Nizamabad in 2006, had demanded bribe from constable

T Srinivas, against whom his estranged wife had filed a harassment case, to water down the charges.
The constable informed the ACB officials who set up a trap and arrested William while accepting the bribe at his residence here on August 11, 2006.

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First Published: Jun 29 2018 | 10:20 PM IST

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